Crop Optimization and High Tech Irrigation

September 27, 2019 | 10:30 am | Room 1 | Cultivation

Marielle will be speaking about proven precision growing methods to optimize crop production, using irrigation strategies and other operational factors, to produce the best quality plants using the least amount of inputs.

She will educate participants on proper irrigation strategies and how irrigation and climate changes can be used to steer generative/vegetative growth for optimal quality and control.

marielle taft

Marielle Taft, Account Manager, Grodan

Marielle Taft has been working in agriculture and root zone management fields since her time at UC Berkeley where she studied crop physiology and soil microbial ecology. She has extensive experience in multiple areas of commercial Cannabis production including¬†large-scale CEA-design, agricultural engineering, hydroponic crop production, irrigation design, and analytic testing. Prior to Grodan, Marielle acted as the director of cultivation for licensed indoor and greenhouse operations in multiple states. She has provided horticultural and operational insight as a crop consultant in California, Michigan, Arizona, Maine, and Colombia and continues to spread her passion for precision irrigation and crop steering by supporting Grodan’s rock wool cultivators throughout Northern California.